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How to write a simple Web service by using Visual Basic .NET or Visual Basic 2005

Posted By: Pravin     Posted Date: May 24, 2012    Points: 2   Category :C#
 
his article describes how to write a simple Web service, called MathService, that exposes methods for adding, subtracting, dividing, and multiplying two numbers.


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